Incredible Cinnamon Sugar Cookies topped with Cinnamon Frosting made with butter, oil, sugar, powdered sugar, eggs, cinnamon, vanilla and staple ingredients. This Cinnamon Sugar Cookie Recipe is a blend of a snickerdoodle and sugar cookie that you’ll make time and time again.
I know I should save the best for last, but it’s all relative because who can choose between 5 new fall infused recipes! In preparation for Fall Cookie Week, I send dozens of cookies to friends, family and neighbors to see which new cookies make the cut. Everyone had a differing opinion this year, but these Cinnamon Sugar Cookies are my personal favorite.
Sometimes I have a recipe that I can’t for the life of me figure out why others aren’t making, and that’s my Melt in Your Mouth Sugar Cookies. They’re so incredible I decided to give them a little cinnamon twist for fall.
These aren’t your Grandma’s Cinnamon Sugar Cookies and snickerdoodles don’t have anything on them! They melt in your mouth with a lush buttercream that will have you dreaming about them.
They’re soft, buttery and flat out irresistible. I dare you to just eat one.
If you love these Cinnamon Sugar Cookies as much as I do, please write a five star review and help me share on Facebook and Pinterest! You may also enjoy these delicious sugar cookie recipes:
- Frosted Sugar Cookie Cake
- Frosted Apple Butter Sugar Cookies
- Melt in Your Mouth Sugar Cookie Bars with Buttercream Frosting
- Chocolate Sugar Cookies with Creamy Buttercream Icing
- Salted Caramel Sugar Cookies
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Now onto the Cinnamon Sugar Cookie Recipe with printable card…
Cinnamon Sugar Cookies
- Combine butter, oil, sugars and cinnamon until smooth.
- Blend in eggs.
Add flour, salt, cream of tartar, and baking soda.
- Refrigerate dough 1 hour. Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
- Roll /scoop dough into large balls and drop on cookie sheet. Bake 8-10 minutes watching carefully as to not over bake.
- Allow to cool. Ice with cinnamon frosting.
Use parchment paper for easy cleanup.
Don’t miss Day 2 of Fall Cookie Week!